Free day to learn about social media for your business

9 June 2015

Aimed at small- to medium-sized businesses throughout York and North Yorkshire, The Big Social Media Show is now taking bookings for delegates – and it’s all completely free.

Project Manager, Amanda Rowan, comments:

The response we had last year when we staged a similar event in York proved to us that businesses in North Yorkshire are ready and willing to embrace social media for business and learn about everything it has to offer businesses wanting to improve their digital awareness.

Because of the success of that event, we are now staging a second Big Social Media Show, this time in Harrogate at the Cedar Court Hotel on Wednesday, 10 June and eligible businesses in the area are all welcome to apply to attend this free day packed-full of useful seminars.

The ERDF-funded event takes place on Wednesday, 10 June at The Cedar Court Hotel, Harrogate. The day will include short social media-focused sessions throughout the day on topics such as generating leads via social media, building an ideal social network for business as well as specialist sessions on tools such as Twitter, Facebook, Google+, LinkedIn and YouTube.

Specialist speakers have been lined up and there will be an opportunity to quiz them over coffee throughout the day as well as giving businesses the chance to network with each other at this popular event.

Places are limited but completely free of charge for eligible businesses as this event is offered by Superfast North Yorkshire, the fibre broadband roll-out programme which is jointly funded by North Yorkshire County Council, BT, The Department for Culture, Media and Sport and the European Development Fund.
All companies who trade predominantly business-to-business (from sole traders to SMEs employing up to 250 people) can apply  attend this one-day event.

Businesses interested in registering should go to, call Superfast North Yorkshire on 0845 002 0021 or email and ask about The Big Social Media Show in Harrogate. Registration is on a first-come-first-served basis.

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